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foíndel n o,m. (earlier n. ?) (vn. of fo-indlea) (a) wandering,
roving: foindel inna mbiasta (pervagatio bestiarum) Ml 121d8 .
tri foíndil drochbanais, foíndil scél ┐ ataid ┐ airberntais (opp.
55to trí fostai dagbanais) Triads 181 . batar na Desi for
fainnel as cach inud na chéli LU 4432 . for fainiul a l-luc
i l-luc 249 (= for faenduil [leg. faendiul], Todd Nenn. 104 ;
for faíníul BB 211b15 ). a ṁbeith for faeindel as cach inadh
i n-arailiu, Cóir Anm. § 169 . for foendiul ┐ sechrán PH
60 1909 . for faennell ┐ udmailli sair siar YBL 168b32 . ata
in catt geal oc dul for foendhel uam LB 164b marg. inf.
an dand mbis a foindel inda menmain ... fri mimradud
when the thoughts are straying towards ill meditations Mon.
Tall. § 62 . ara faoendel sin indda menman ib. g s. as attrib. :
65 in cu faeindil `the straying dog' Laws iii 412.24 = taidcu
faendil (.i. in gataide) `a runaway thief' v 318.14 = taidcu
foindil iv 184.15 . acht nib[i]foil faendil .i. ... ar faindelod
cen foil .i. cen tech, O'Dav. 823 . Cf. do chlaideb féin
fáindil | tescfas dít do chend `thine own errant sword' Met.
70Dinds. iii 154 . rofesar rupu tria foindel caich laithiu ZCP
xii 361.26 .
foendul feb (chev.) SR 1887 .
(b) in Laws, of vagrancy of those who have absconded
to evade lawful duties: ? ni faol feidm foirne fainnel fas
75 an empty stray will not endure the stress of a crew (?) iv
384.32 (a fig. description of a person without property).
Cf. im cina in fir fine bīs ar in faoneola ... im cina in tí
innliter ar faoneolo isin tuaith i 248.23 , 28 Comm . don
mac bis ar fannelo on athair gin a gaire do denam (i.e. who
80absconds to evade maintaining his father) ii 24.5 Comm .
(cf. dia mhac faonladh gin a gaire, ib. 10 ). don tí bis ar
faonelo gin tochus iv 386.2 . dligid faindel [faoindel v.l.]
furfocra, Anecd. iii 14 . Hence of vagrancy of outlaws:
beith ar faoindeal ┐ ar fogra FM v 1640.8 . ar fócra ┐ ar
85faoinnel vi 1972y . Cf. slān na hurraid do lesugadh ... mana
raibh fis faenail nō urfōgra, O'C. 2549 ( Eg. 88, 46a , b ) f. ¤
flaithemnais uncertainty of lordship (?): ni fil a[i]rcsiu nā
aititiu eter brathraib nā finib fri faenel flaithemhnais, fri
altram n-oetedh, fri forcetal dāna ZCP xii 365.4 .
(c) in Laws, of removing distrained cattle to a wrong
5pound : doslí fuínniul foruis fiach gaiti Laws ii 78.19 . ised is
fuinneal foruis ani robu dir do breith re forus budein do
breith re forus dona seacht foirsibh ... ib. y . fiach ... ar
in ti rucustur in athghabáil ar foeniul on forus no on arus-so
cusin arus eile ib. 22 Comm .
10(d) of the aimless and erratic movements of a `geilt'
or lunatic, almost = panic, frenzy: faoinnel et fainneal
` madness, distraction ' P.O'C. fáoinell [fuinneall no fain-
neall v.l.] is ainm do oinmhid, Met. Gl. Ff. 74 (prob. a
corruption of Cormac Y 668 etc. cited s.v. foíndledach (c)).
15 co ro-líon dásacht ┐ fáoinnel ┐ fúalang ┐ foluamain, Buile
S. § 11 . ro línad ... d'faennell ┐ d'folumain MR 232 . co
ttucsat-sidhe misi ar fáoineal ┐ ar foluamhain, Buile S. §
48 . dul ar faíghneall nó ar foluamhain, Ériu i 92.2 . im-
luadid i fhoendel he! PH 2210 . lotar hi faindeal ┐ i ngealt-
20acht as in cath FM 718 . In: tancatar faennella fualaing
faí-side `fits of giddiness' MR 230.11 = fainnealla LL 409a1 ,
there may be a compd of fáen and néll.
Cf. atchiu chruth inn ḟoendelaich | nóe cind leis i foen-
delaib TBC 2763 (`in Streifzügen').

25 foíndelach : x see foíndledach.

foíndelta adj io-iā (part. of fo-indlea ? Cf. ar faoneolo, Laws
i 248 , cited s.v. foíndel (b)) inna chotlud dano bae E. in tan
dobreth ferann dia brathair ┐se foendelta. co n-ebert B.
is tim sin a E., Rawl. 123 f 23 = LL 315a45 . Cf. Cóir
30Anm. 202 .

foindige ? ind gur ḟeradar gleic ferrdha ḟoindighi, Ériu iii 166y .
Cf. poindige, poinnige.

fo-indlea v (fo-ind-ella) wanders, roves : subj. pres. 3 s.
fo n indlea (gl. evagari) Ml 25a5 . In Laws trans. absconds
35from: athgabhail foindlethaig fon-indlea tuatha (.i. athga-
báil gabur im cina in tí innliter ar faoneolo isin tuaith),
O'D. 1891 - 2 (< Harl. 432, 17ra ) = Laws i 246 . athgabail
foenledaig fon-indli tuatha `the destraint of a fugitive from
the law of the tribe
' Laws v 260.18 . in faendledach fon-indle
40fine ┐ in faendledach foindli tuaith, i 214.11 Comm . Vn.
foíndel, íoíndled, q.v.

foíndled n u,m. (later vn. of fo-indlea) wandering, vagrancy :
n p. foindletha menman fri cach daescuir `wandering of
mind towards everything base
' Ériu vii 172.11 = ZCP iii
4527.35 . Cf. also: ar faindelod cin foil .i. cen tech, O'Dav.
823 . in ti bis for fainelud ... as gach inad i n-inad, Laws
iv 186.12 Comm. (on : taidcu foindil); and i 248.23 ; ii
24.5 quoted s.v. foíndel (b); forms perhaps due to con-
tamination with élúd (as if < fáen- or fán-élúd).

50 foíndledach (-ethach) adj o-ā (foíndel) also foíndelach
(a) vagrant, wandering : d s f. foindledaig .i. daiscuir (gl. vulgari)
Ml 37b5 . atchiu chruth inn ḟoendelaich TBC 2762 . tri
foglúaiset fóenledchu .i. ingreim, dolud, dommatu `that
set waifs awandering
' Triads 198 .
55(b) as n o,m. in Laws an absconde, one who becoming a
vagrant renounces his social responsibilities and is `pro-
claimed' and disowned by his `fine' : athgabháil foin-
dlethaigh fonindlea fine ... fonindle[a] tuatha `of a fugitive
who has absconded from his tribe ... fled rom his territory
'
60 Laws i 246.21 . isedh doni faonleghach de, gan tiachtain
re dligedh corusa fine he becomes a vagrant by non-observance
of the law of
`córus fine' iii 410.20 . di faendledachaib
fine, O'D. 974 ( H 3.17, 679d ). slan masa faendledach, O'D.
1668 ( H 5.15, 25a ) = O'C. 1893 . in faendledach ┐ int
65urfocrach (both disqualified in certain circumstances for
prosecuting a suit) Laws i 88.27 Comm. ni roc[h]ar urfogra
cach aonfainlegaidh na di forais urnai (.i. ... in cāch is
faonligach ag nā bī ārus baile anurnaidh) 264.4 (284.32) .
ní nais tir for imrumach (.i. for foendlegach), Laws iv
7036.3(13) . tiachtain fo coraib in faendlegaigh i 90.9 Comm .
mad iar n-aurfocru cach faenledaig (.i. mad iarna firurfogra
don fine can cunnrad do denam ris in fear fine robi ar
faindelo duathaib SM Facs. 34a (= Laws ii 288 ( ZCP xiv
374 ). dligid foindelach fuacra LL 345d24 = d. faendledach
75forógra ZCP vi 261.21 . niba faoindledhoch filidh, Ériu xiii
17.23 .
(c) panic-stricken distracted, demented (?) : (cf. foíndel (d))
faindelach .i. oinmitt, Corm. Y 668 = feanelach, v.l. fene-
lach, O'Dav 876 (where Stokes amends : foendelach).
80 faoinnealach .i. óinmid, O'Cl. faoinnealach et fainnealach
`a madman ' P.O'C. Cf. finelach.

foíndledacht n ā,f. vagrancy, vagabondage: mac ... bís tar
furfogra fine ┐ ro fes a faenlegacht, O'Don. 486 ( H 3.17,
c. 388 ).

85 ? foíndlid n i,m. (foíndel) a vagrant (?) : faendlid cach fiadh
dosli faille `every deer is [looked upon as] wild that incurs
the charge of negligence
' O'Gr.Cat. 80 § 15 ( O'D. 1990 < Eg.
90.15 ). But = aendud cach fiadh 23 Q 6, 7ax ( O'C. 1622 ).